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Glad I didn't impulse buy any Sandy Bridge stuff yet.
     
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How does one manage a recall? :-S Makes me afraid... I bought my stuff from NCIX about 14 days ago.
    
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That's what I'm understanding to. It says "systems with the affected support chips have only been shipping since January 9th." I bought my mobo on the 9th, so I'm assuming I'm not affected?

I wouldn't mind a mobo replacement just to be sure
All current Sandy Bridge chipsets on the market are affected. The fixed silicon has not been sent to Intel's partners yet.

You have a defective motherboard.
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I just put together my first rig after a 10 years break. I can't imagine tearing it all apart now!!!!
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I havent purchased anything yet I was planning on purchasing the build on wednesday. Should I just build around the i7-950 or just say screw it and go to the AMD side of things? I want/need this rig soon.
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So what should we do, just sit and wait??
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oh come on. I just bought an i7 2600k and a p67 board! ***! I haven't even completed the parts yet ugh!
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How does one manage a recall? :-S Makes me afraid... I bought my stuff from NCIX about 14 days ago.
Well, the new parts need to be available first. In this case, if you are within the time period for exchange you can go back to your retailer (hopefully an intel authorized dealer aka IPD), and they will have to honor the exchange or risk the wrath of intel, which they won't. If not, you will have to go through the mobo manufacturer. I bought my mobo from a place that has a 30 day exchange policy so I'm hoping boards will be out within a few weeks. If they let me, I might upgrade to the P8P67 Pro or EVO.
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Well, yet another reason not to jump immediately on new technology and allow the dust to settle and the kinks to be worked out. I am sure glad I decided to stick with my 5 series.
    
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I bought mine in a local shop here in manila. is this news widespread already? im gonna try to call my friendly neighborhood pc store.

but seriously i'm totally pissed.
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